"I have seen great TSSD cavalry figures painted by Scott and Mike previous months. Mine were prepared for painting (primed) years ago and all this time waiting (with many others) in my drawers... It was also final time to also make them up...."
For our Wild West range we have the much anticipated follow up release with sets WW007-WW010 Wild West Mounted Gunfighters. These figures expand on our coverage of “spaghetti western” inspired gunfighters and have superb sculpting with tons of period details and the finest level of hand painting available. The four figures are all at the gallop, kicking up dust as they ride through town engaging their adversaries with their Henry Rifles and period revolvers. We certainly hope you enjoy
We have long been requested to turn our figure making talents to WWII British Airborne and we are pleased to announce that we have now done just that! We have created 13 wonderful sets featuring the elite of the British Army with wonderful sculpting and painting, particularly on the "denison" smocks which are the iconic visual signatures of British Airborne in the 2nd World War. The figures are designed to part of our Battle of Normandy range and as such are nominally the 6th Airborne
We were surprised to have no "takers" for our third game of Black Powder on Saturday afternoon, so rather than tear down the table early, The Boy (aka Marshal) threw down the gauntlet. He said he'd seen the scenario played enough to have figured out how to win decisively as the French and would happily "show me." Game on!
Sorry to breakup the party but i thought some of you might enjoy a little "Seagoing Diversion..." Here's K&C's upcoming US NAVY F4U "Corsair" alongwith a whole bunch of flight deck crew figures going about their duties on the USS Bunker Hill.
Best wishes to one and all and, of course, enjoy! Andy"
"To revive my dioramas vehicles are always welcome, yet if it is selected from the WWI era! The vehicle shown here was also used by the British and French. A very effective camouflage gives the tanker still that certain something.Those who want to know more about it, must stop googling..."
Without a doubt, our Vietnam range is right up there near the very top of the list of our internal favorite figure ranges. We just love the period and though it’s not Napoleon’s Europe or WWII or Romans in terms of its commercial appeal, we will continue to support the range simply because we find this period of history fascinating and the figures stunning. So this month we bring you the first vehicle for the range, the M48A3 Patton Tank with Commander along with some tank riders to go
We are pleased to present our latest figure range, Vikings! The Viking Age was the period from the 790's to 1066 when Germanic Norse seafarers raided and traded along the northern coast of Europe from their Scandinavian homeland. With advanced seafaring skills characterized by the long ship, the Norsemen explored, expanded, and formed settlements across a wide area reaching as far as the north eastern coast of North America to the west and Russia to the east. First Legion will bring this
The Swiss Mercenaries performed service in the French Army during the Medieval and Renaissance periods. They were among the finest, most proficient soldiers in the world and had a nearly two century run of battlefield successes. Their tactics were eventually copies and mastered by imitators such as the German Landsknechts, who were bitter rivals of the Swiss Mercenaries, and in 1525 the Swiss were defeated at Pavia as part of Francis I’s army. Our coverage of the Swiss at Pavia features
"Thought I'd try to create in a few small scenes the story as far as I can of the campaign from the French and British view. I've tried creating a diorama with tips gleaned from the photos of dioramas done by the regulars, so thanks guys..."
"I have changed a 1945 Del Prado spanish fireman into a german ww2 fireman for my dio.( I read that this blue uniform was left in 1940 for the green-gray police colours, but kept by volunteers till 1945).Here below the repaint..."
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